Seeking gentle harp music in F or D minor

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  • Participant
    cassandra sciortino on #163001

    I play a Markwood Queen’s Court with blades.

    Member
    patricia-jaeger on #163002

    Cassandra, Tranquil Pieces for Harp is carried by major harp music

    Participant
    cassandra sciortino on #163003

    Patricia,

    Thank you–I found the collection. It looks lovely.

    Participant
    unknown-user on #163004

    Rachmaninoff – Ave Maria – it is a choral piece, however, you can play the piano rehearsal part on the harp – key F and no changes – it is quite lovely and doesn’t seem to be very well known around here –

    Participant
    brook-boddie on #163005

    Kassandra,

    Much of Sunita Staneslaw’s Jewish music is in D minor (and some in F).

    Participant
    zoraida-avila on #163006

    Kassandra,
    There are a few pieces by H. Purcell:
    -Ground in F with variations (tr. by L. Thompson)
    -Ground in D minor (ibid.)
    -Air in F major  (in Purcell for the Harp – D. Owens)
    -Rigodon in D minor (ibid.)

    Naderman has a Romance in F major (Les Plaisirs de la Harpe 1)

    From Spanish Masters (Rev. N. Zabaleta):
    -Antonio de Cabezon – Pavana with Variations
    -Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz – Hachas

    William Croft:
    -Adagio (in The Classical Harpist by Ch. Powell)
    -Sarabande (Anthology of English Music for the harp – D. Watkins)

    Hope I helped you. Good luck!

    Zoraida

    Participant
    cassandra sciortino on #163007

    Thank you so much! What a lovely recommendation.

    Participant
    cassandra sciortino on #163008

    Brook,

    Participant
    cassandra sciortino on #163009

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